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Ramona Singer says she helped create the storylines for 'RHONY' season six

Ramona Singer isn't just one of the housewives on season six of "The Real Housewives of New York City," she's also a bit of a producer. In an interview with E! News, posted on Thursday, Feb. 13, Ramona said that she was much more involved in production this season around.

Ramona Singer attends the Mercedes-Benz Star Lounge during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Fall 2014 at Lincoln Center on February 11, 2014 in New York City.
Photo by Mike Coppola/Getty Images for Mercedes-Benz

"I'm really excited, because I got more involved with production...And now, after having done the show for six seasons, I really understand what makes it work. It's not scripted, but as you get involved on a producing level, you need to create storylines," she said.

One way she helped create the storylines was to get the other housewives talking. She admitted that the women were pretty much forced to hash things out and argue.

"So, I was very involved behind the scenes in encouraging the women to speak about things they wouldn't normally speak about. They would go, 'Oh I'm not talking about that,' and I'd go, 'Oh yes you are!' They'd go, 'But Ramona, I'm scared' and I'd say, 'No, you have to go for it. It's the truth. You have to put it out there,'" she explained.

Despite encouraging Aviva Drescher, Carole Radziwill, Sonja Morgan, Heather Thomson, and newcomer Kristen Taekman to air out all of their drama for the sake of good TV, Ramona Singer reportedly didn't want to do the same herself. According to a Radar Online story, Ramona purposely didn't file for divorce from Mario Singer until after filming finished, despite having known of his cheating for a long time, because she didn't want her divorce becoming one of the storylines for season six.

Do you think Ramona Singer is better off without Mario Singer?

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